Patients and Public

Find an O.D.

The Find an O.D. link will take you to the American Optometric Association website to locate an Optometrist in your local area. You can search by zip code, address, or Doctor's name and Practice.



InfantSEE

The American Optometric Association encourages parents to include a trip to the optometrist in the list of well-baby check-ups. Assessments at six to twelve months of age can determine healthy development of vision. Early detection of eye conditions is the best way to ensure your child has healthy vision for successful development-now and in the future.


  

Low Income Vision Clinics

The OAOP has collected a list of free or low cost vision clinics in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa metro areas.  Please contact the clinics directly with questions about services and any fees associated.


  

Remote Area Medical

Based in Knoxville, Tenn., Remote Area Medical was founded in 1985 to air-drop medical relief to areas of Central and South America. British-born adventurer Stan Brock founded RAM as an all-volunteer health and veterinary care organization that would provide services in desolate places outside of the United States. But in the mid 1990s, the obvious need for improved health care access led RAM to hold its first mobile expedition in Tennessee.

 

Sight for Students

Sight for Students is a VSP charity that provides free vision exams and glasses to low-income, uninsured children. The program operates nationally through a network of community partners who identify children in need and VSP network doctors who provide the eyecare services.


  

Special Olympics

The mission of Opening Eyes Vision and Eye Health Program is to provide quality eye health care to Special Olympics athletes, to assess the integrity of the athlete's visual system, to prescribe and dispense appropriate prescription and safety eye wear, to educate athletes, parents, and coaches about the importance of vision for sports, education and vocational performance, and to gather and publish data regarding vision, visual skills and eye health of the Special Olympic population. 

The screenings consist of visual acuities, retinoscopy, ophthalmoscopy, color vision, depth perception, cover test, motilities, biomicroscopy, tonometry, and auto refraction. Any athlete failing the screening is given a complete refraction on site, and prescriptions for dress glasses and sport goggles are fabricated on site and given to the athletes free of charge. 


  

VisionUSA

More than 40 million low-income, working people in the United States cannot afford the cost of routine eye care or the health insurance that covers it. As income earners, they don't qualify for government aid and private health-care assistance.